Dual use of both e-cigarettes and regular cigarettes carries the risk of second-hand smoke exposure, causing worsening respiratory effects on children and asthma sufferers. ‘It also promotes ongoing nicotine dependence,’ said Chitra Dinakar, a professor of pediatrics at Children’s Mercy Hospitals. Because e-cigarettes are fairly new, there could be other long-term health complications that are yet to be discovered. Due to the lack of production oversight, most consumers do not know what is in the e-cigarettes they buy. ‘Nicotine delivered by any mechanism represents a drug exposure,’ said the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI) statement. Inhaling irritants such as smoke and vapours has an impact on the lungs, whether it is mild or severe. And irritants can cause asthma attacks in some individuals, said the study published in the journal Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology.An electronic cigarette is a device that mimics the entire smoking process by producing a mist which has the same sensation (sometimes the same flavour too) of smoking. The concept of the ego electronic cigarette has been around since the 60s but tobacco consumption wasn’t really considered hazardous back then and it took until 2003 for the first smokeless e-cigarette to hit the market.Electronic cigarettes manufacturers claim that they are like real cigarettes except that there are no hazardous health implications because there is no combustion, no tobacco and no smoking. Also since there is no passive smoking, second hand smoke and pollution due to butt litter or smoke.The effect of e-cigarette seemingly is still controversial but it's no doubt that electronic cigarette takes a slight decrease od death caused by smoking.And let's wait and see its effect,Ago G5 Starter Kit.